Our fire opal line will support the international brotherhood of firefighters with 100% of the profits going to the International Association of Fire Fighter’s Burn Fund.
Ryan became a professional firefighter with Beaumont, TX in 2004. I love being a firefighter wife. We are often helping the Beaumont firefighters and now with our jewelry business we are able to help more firefighters. 100% of the profits of our fire opals will be donated to the International Association of Fire Fighter’s Burn Fund. You will receive a hot piece of jewelry as well as proof of donation.
Fire opal carries strong powers for justice and also providing protection for its wearer.
The color of fire opal is due to fine traces of iron oxide, but still contains silicon and water like traditional white opals. Colors range from yellow to orange to red. Fire opal is rather delicate and should be protected from ultrasonic cleaners. Fire opal is associated with Mexico since 1835 and still producing today. Small qualities of fire opal can be found in Oregon, USA as well as Australia, Canada, and Brazil.